Reduce, Reuse and Recycle: Registered e-communications

Over the past few weeks we have been talking about paper, its history and its life cycle. On the other hand, we have been talking about registered e-communications as its greener counterpart, even when we need a document to be signed or stamped for compliance reasons, for example. Using registered e-communications instead of paper can have … Read moreReduce, Reuse and Recycle: Registered e-communications

Back to the future: from paper to registered e-communications

On our previous post we discussed how paper paved the way for the later development of the printing press. At the time, paper was also a key factor for data storage and it soon became popular as a medium for communications, as it was affordable and easy to transport. Back to the modern day, we … Read moreBack to the future: from paper to registered e-communications

Let’s origami and go paperless

Paper is all around us: wrappers, boxes, napkins, stationery and office supplies, and that’s just to mention a few examples. Depending on the purpose of paper, its life cycle can vary. A book’s life cycle is much longer than that of a wrapper, while other types of paper such as thermal fax paper cannot be … Read moreLet’s origami and go paperless